So I started at this restaurant as a busser a year ago and I started food running 7 months ago, and for 4 months I've been a food expeditor. There's 3 managers at my restaurant, and I've been the guy trusted every Friday, Saturday, and Sunday to get the food out to tables right. The kitchen messes up a lot so I always yell at them to get me the right sides and they don't like it. But my managers seem to really like me in the window. Its just really stressful. Is being a food expeditor a hard job to have I'm only 19 doing this, people say I'm really good but I don't know if that is something I should be proud of it?
I recently graduated from truck driving school, and the only jobs i've found are for otr or regional. I have two children under the age of two, and i can't stand to be away from them for weeks at a time. Does anybody know of local driving jobs in Metro Detroit that will hire with little experience.
Because i heard architects have the lowest pay jobs what other jobs can they work in to make more money
... through out the company?
Also recommends on-the-spot corrective actions, and in more severe cases reports to CEO?
This is something similar like an auditor or a quality control officer. However, I am not sure of the exact job description.
No, what I have in mind is not P or VP.
Do they really pay you? I feel like I might as well do it while I'm unemployed and looking for a real job...I mean, any little bit helps.
Just looking for a job and wanted to know what being a "team member" would require.
I am trying to describe the position that I worked before from an old job. And the previous job was working at a frozen yoghurt place called Qoola. I am not sure what to put when I was a team member (meaning cleaning, customer service, restocking when needed) and all there is listed is the following: Barback, Front Desk Agent:Barista, General Manager, Bartender, Head Office, Busser, Host(ess)
Casino Dealer, Housekeeping, Chef Manager, Concierge/Guest Services, Pastry Chef, Cook, Prep Cooks, Customer Service/Cashier, Promotions, Delivery Driver, Security, Disc Jockey, Server, Dishwasher, Sous Chef
Event Coordinator, Valet, Expeditor, and Other. PLEASE HELP!
I am a food runner in a great restaurant. My boss is the expeditor. He is younger than I and likes to fool round: texting, chatting, etc. He likes to call me names, and make fun of me all the time. I remain serious and focused in my job, but every time he says something about me I feel I can't focus anymore. Today, for example, he lied to the chef, saying that I did not know about what a burger was (everybody knows it), or just the most extraordinary lies that makes me look bad in front of the manager. I told the manager and he said that I should talk to him and ask him to stop his aggression. I told him, but he is laughing at me for talking to the manager. It's crazy. What can I do now? I can't sleep thinking about what will happen tomorrow.
This is what little I know about OTR Sprinter driving:
1. Can only hold one or two pallets.
2. Not as high demand as box truck or semi that hold more.
3. Drivers usually sleep in the van
4. Usually out about 2 weeks, maybe 3 at a time.
5. Driver usually pays for gas, though companies often have something called a fuel surcharge (not sure what that amounts to).
6. Rate paid is usually by loaded mile and some pay reduced amount for deadhead miles (driving empty to nearby station for pickup).
What I would like to know is:
1. What does a typical OTR Sprinter driver make a month before expenses and how much is usually left after expenses?
2. What is the going rate per mile these days?
3. I am considering either Chicago or Kansas City as my hub if I do this, is one better than the other for getting loads?
4. I do not own a sprinter. Who is a good company that would let me drive their sprinter?
If I make a decent wage and enjoy the work, I'd probably buy my own vehicle, but it costs too much for me to do when just testing out the job. I can't drive a stick, and a 24 ft Uhaul is the largest thing I feel comfortable driving. Sprinters get far better mileage and are more comfortable than a box truck, which is why I think I'd prefer them. Thanks.
Does anyone know what this position would include while working at a resort restaurant? A good summer job?
Is it hard to get hired and work for cha cha also i know you dont make a lot but could I easily make 25 bucks a month because I'm going to be moving out soon and when I do my mom wants me to start paying for my horse she said she would charge 25 a month so I'm trying to find something easy I could do on the side if school to pay for her cuz I pretty much raised her I'd hate to sell her thanks
They claim if a position that fits you comes up, they will contact you. I'm just wondering if this is true or just a load of crap.
I need to vent. I'm seriously still p****d about work today. Like seriously we are so understaffed it's ridiculous. I shouldn't have to deal with the crap that I do. I'm sick of serving people. And it's not even that I feel like a d**n slave it's the fact that we don't have runners or expeditors on a regular basis. So on top of serving my full section I have to expo&run other people's food and get asked by their tables for other essentials. For example, I ran a huge tray of food out and while I'm holding the heavy tray and trying to hand out the first meal on it no one responds and b/c we don't have tray holders I'm a sitting duck and no one responds. Like did you seriously forget what you freaking ordered!?!? Helllooooo!! And as that was happening a guest asked if I could get him silverware. Ummm double f*****g helllooooo!! Do you not see I'm busy holding a huge ass tray with ur f*****g food on it and I AM NOT even you're d**n server!!! Seriously f**k this shit!! Needy ass MFers!!! I don't deserve to be treated like ur d**n servant. I am not f*****g super woman and can't do a trillion things at once!! So freaking sorry I couldn't bring you ur d**n lemon exactly when you f*****g wanted it! Done with this abuse! Don't you think for one second how long I've had to go to the bathroom or get a drink just for me or eat for that matter? Don't you think I'm f*****g trying my best and see that I'm not sitting on my f*****g ass? Get a f*****g clue people!!!
I'm a procurement engineer in Purchasing department I'm thinking about career path of Expedite
I have an interview scheduled tomorrow for airline cabin crew. if the interviewers were to ask you on the above-mentioned Q, what would be your most probable respond? it doesn't need to be your actual fact, maybe just to impress them abit with creative answer(s).
Perhaps multiple answers would be good i think.
Would you share with me pls. thanking in advance :)
I just got this job at a restaurant thats about to open up..its kind of fine dinning...and i got the "veg" position Aka experditor....i really want to do a good job and i could use any help some one could offer me...i went to culinary school and worked at a restaurant for a year and a half so i know what im getting my self into...but still this a step up for me and I just want to do a good job...right now im studying the menu and the ticket names(what the food will print up as) but what else can i do!?? any tips??thanks in advance...and wish me luck
I am a stay at home mom and i babysit somtime. i was wondering if anyone has ever worked for one. example: stuufying envelpoes of ads or entering data or mailing out free information or whatever else there is. i would like the extra money but do all of these" sound to good to be true jobs" make you pay in order to start?. if anyone has worked with one with sucess please share! thanks